Morning Tailgate

Lots of things were good in 2004

Greg Robinson was a good defensive coordinator for Mack Brown and Texas in 2004, and that was evidently enough to earn him a second tenure despite everything that has filled Robinson's résumé since...

Is Washington really, really good?

Texas takes its time, Georgia rues missed opportunities, Henry Josey returns, and ... we're ready to acknowledge that Washington might be for real, right?

Jameis and the coming hype

Florida State's freshman quarterback faced unfair expectations heading into his Monday night debut, and he exceeded them all. Now the hype really begins.

First impressions from week 1

It would be ill-advised to draw lasting conclusions from one week of play, but let's evaluate how some coaches, players, and units fared in their respective debuts, from Alabama's offensive line to...

Things we'll pretend we knew all along

Conventional wisdom has set in for the 2013 college football season, but here are a few things that, if they were to happen in the coming months, we'll pretend we saw coming all along.

The untouchable rivalry

Army is a disappointing 2-9 this season, but a rivalry win on Saturday would give the Black Knights their first Commander-in-Chief's Trophy in 16 years.

The do-over

Following their 2010 national title, the Auburn Tigers kept landing star recruits but completely misplaced their identity in the process. Hiring Gus Malzahn restores the identity, but is that alone...

Rematch for Rose

In Stanford-UCLA I, Stanford's Kevin Hogan used his legs better than UCLA's Brett Hundley, and Stanford took better, more selective risks on defense. Can the Bruins turn the tables in Palo Alto on...

Is one of these men your next coach?

Changing coaches is completely and totally a zero-sum game. But we're sure it will work out for your school!

Black Friday's best games

Examining the key battles in Friday's major games: Nebraska-Iowa, LSU-Arkansas, West Virginia-Iowa State, Washington-Washington State, Arizona-Arizona State and Kent State-Ohio

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